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    Year Month   Event                                       Description
                 Norse line                                  863-1376
                 Norman line (originally Norse)              911-1455
                 Earl of Caithness line                      1455-
                 Lord Sinclair line                          1476-
                 Earl of Rosslyn line                        1476-
                 Viscount Thurso line

370m BC          Caithness                                   Part of Lake Orcadie lying 10 degrees south of the Equator.

 2500 BC         Stone Cairns                                Built in Caithness. The Camster round cairn is probably the
                                                             finest chambered tomb on the British Mainland.

c 1850 BC        Abraham in Canaan

c 1250 BC        Moses in Egypt

c 1200 BC        Some of Moses' followers to Ireland?        And then Scotland?

 c 600 BC        Brochs                                      Built in Caithness

  515 BC         Second Temple                               Organised by Ezra and Nehemiah and 'built with the sword in
                                                             one hand and the trowel in the other'

 330? BC         Pytheas                                     Voyages from the Mediterranean to as far north as Orkney and
                                                             Iceland

   50 BC         Diodorus Siculus                            Wrote of 'Cope Orcas' which is either Duncansby Head or
                                                             Dunnet Head.

   c 6 BC        Jesus born

       5         Caithness                                   Mentioned by the somewhat apocryphal writer Ambrosius
                                                             Merlin




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     c 30    Jesus crucified

       43    Claudius                                     Negotiates a naval non-aggression pact with the Orcadian
                                                          Chieftains

       91    The Catti invade the North of Scotland in    This tribe from Northern Germany gave their name to
             the reign of Emperor Domitian                Caithness.

      140    Ptolemy                                      Mentioned Duncansby Head

      300    Ynglingars, Scots' Norse ancestors           Leave Russia for Scandinavia

      449    Saxons landed in Britain                     Ochtha and Ebisso with 'forty keels' laid waste to Orkney

      562    St. Columba in Scotland

    c 630    Guillermus (William) Sancto Claro            The beheaded Saint William St. Clair from Kent still has his
                                                          healing well at St. Clair-sur-Epte in Normandy

late 600's   King Ingiald 'Ill Ruler'                     Last of the Frey - born Yngling pagan sacral 'Peace-Kings of
                                                          Uppsala' whose emblem was the moon-crescent-shaped Galley


             Olaf 'Tree Hewer' King of Vermaland,         His son succeeds
             Norway

    c.710    Olaf                                         Sacrificed to Woden by his own people during famine

   700's?    Halfdan 'White Leg', King of Upplanders in His son succeeds. Conquers Raumarike
             Norway

   700's?    Halfdan succeeded by his son Eynstein 'The
             Fart' and then by his son Halfdan 'The
             Stingy' (generous with his gold but mean
             with his rations) who was King in Vestfold




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742-812   Charlemagne                                   King of the Franks and then Emperor of the Romans. It was
                                                        from him that Margaret Atheling received the Holy Rood - the
                                                        'True Cross'

   790    Halfdan's second son Ivarr                    became Jarl of the Upplanders

   795    Vikings first appeared Western Seas

   800    Vikings invade Channel coast

   830    Eynstein 'The Orator'                         Son of Ivarr becomes Jarl of the Upplanders

   832    Battle of Athelstaneford, East Lothian        Angus mac Fergus, King of the Picts, defeats the army of
                                                        Athelstane, King of Northumbria and the Saltire, the future flag
                                                        of Scotland, is seen in the clouds.

   843    Union of Picts and Scots                      Under Kenneth Macalpine

   845    Clair of Rye, England                         Born. Later martyred in France

   863    Vikings settle in Caithness Rognvald          Succeeds his father Eynstein and later becomes Jarl of Moeri and
          (Ranald) 'The Wise'                           1st Earl of Orkney

   870    Battle of Hafursfiourd                        Harald Harfagri (Fairhair) becomes sole King of Norway


  871-2   Harald Harfagri                               Becomes sole King of Norway, Makes an expedition against the
                                                        western Vikings, who have established their station in Orkney,
                                                        drives them from their haunts and subdues Shetland, Orkney, the
                                                        Hebrides and Man



  875?    Rognvald, Earl of Moeri                       Given Orkney and Shetland as an Earldom by King Harold of
                                                        Norway




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 875          Dungaldus, (Duncan) Earl of Caithness

 875          Sigurd the Sea-King, brother of Rognvald,   Invades northern mainland of Scotland and seizes control of
              now 2nd Earl of Orkney                      Caithness and Sutherland called Cat or Cait then Cataness till
                                                          end of Norse rule in C13

 882          Sigurd dies                                 Poisoned by the tooth of Earl Melbrigd whom he had slain.
                                                          Succeeded by his son Guttorm 3rd Earl of Orkney. Buried at
                                                          Cyderhall (Sigurd's 'howe') near Dornoch

 883          Guttorm 3rd Earl dies                       Hallad, son of Rognvald, becomes 4th Earl of Orkney

 884    4-Nov Saint Clair                                 English hermit martyred in Normandy


 885          Hallad 4th Earl dies                        Succeeded by brother Einar (one eye) 5th Earl of Orkney known
                                                          as Torf Einar as he introduced the burning of peat for fuel. Einar
                                                          married Grelod d. of Dungaldus and g.g.g.g.g.g.g.d. of Einar's
                                                          ancestor Halfdan

 890          Rognvald                                    Burnt to death in Moeri

 893          Einar 5th Earl                              Slays Halfdan Haleggson son of King Harold 'Fair or Fine' Hair
                                                          of Norway. He then had to compensate harold with 60 gold
                                                          marks and lost his family's udal right over the Earldom and
                                                          recognised he held it in fee from the King.

c 900         Einar 5th Earl                              Builds Castle at Knock Einar now Knockinnon in Caithness.

 910          Einar 5th Earl dies                         Succeeded by his sons Arknell and Erlend

 911          Hrolf (Rollo) also son of Rognvald          Conquers part of Neustria (Normandy), agrees peace with King
                                                          Charles the Simple of France at a Treaty at St. Clair- sur-Epte
                                                          and (?) marries (secondly) his daughter Gisela-no children
                                                          (although Genealogie des Rois de France lists three).




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 912    Rollo                                        Baptised at Rouen. Created 1st Duke of Normandy

 917    Rollo                                        Abdicates in favour of his son William


 922    Rollo                                        Helps King Charles of France put down the rebellion of Robert
                                                     of Paris

 927    Rollo                                        Dies. Succeeded by his son William 'Longsword' 2nd Duke by
                                                     his first marriage to Poppa dau. of Berenger, Count of Bayeux


c.935   Northern Britain                             Becomes Scotland or Scotia having been formerly called
                                                     Caledonia, Pictavia or Alban

        Grelod, dau. of Dungaldus                    Married to Thorfinn Skullsplitter

 948    William 2nd Duke of Normandy                 Dies. Succeeded by his son Richard 'The Fearless' 3rd Duke


        Richard 3rd Duke                             Had three sons Richard, Robert Earl of Evreux, Malger Earl of
                                                     Corbueil and Archbishop of Rouen and two daughters Hedwiga
                                                     who married the Earl of Brittany and Emma who was twice
                                                     Queen of England

 950    Erland 6th Earl and Arknell 7th Earl joint   Killed in battle in England. Succeeded by younger brother
        Earls of Orkney                              Thorfinn 'Skull Cleaver' 8th Earl of Orkney


 963    Thorfinn 8th Earl                            Dies. Succeeded by son Arfinn

 967    Arnfinn 9th Earl                             Murdered at Murkle. Succeeded by brother Havard the Happy




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 970        Havard the Blessed 10th Earl               Slain at Stenness. Disputed succession between Ljot 11th Earl
                                                       and Skuli both claiming the title

c976        Skuli 12th Earl                            3rd son of Thorfinn. Defeats Ljot after Ljot had received an
                                                       earldom from the King of Scots but dies after the battle.
                                                       Succeeded by brother Hlodver

 980        Hlodver 13th Earl                          4th son of Thorfinn. Who had married Audna, daughter of
                                                       Kiarval O'Ivar King of Dublin dies. Succeeded by son Sigurd the
                                                       Stout

980s        Sigurd the Stout 14th Earl                 Defeats Finnleik at battle of Skidamire carrying the enchanted
                                                       standard of the black raven - sacred to Odin - woven by his
                                                       mother and then the Scottish Earls Hundi and Melsnati



 995        Sigurd 14th Earl                           Forced to convert and introduce Christianity 'the true faith' into
                                                       Orkney by Olaf,Tryggvi's son, King of Norway




 996   Nov Richard 3rd Duke of Normandy                Dies. Son, Richard 4th Duke succeeds

            Richard 4th Duke                           Had three sons, Richard 5th Duke, Robert 6th Duke and Malger
                                                       Archbishop of Rouen, and four daughters Margaret (Helen)
                                                       married Walderne Earl of St Clair (son of Malger), Alice married
                                                       the Count of Burgundy, Eleonora married Earl of Flanders and
                                                       their dau. married William The Conqueror, and Papia


1002        Marriage of Emma daughter of Richard 3rd
            Duke of Normandy to King Aethelred II of
            England




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  1006          Walderne Sinclair                           2nd son of Malger born. Became Earl of St Clair.


  1008          Hubert                                      3rd son of Malger born. Became Earl of Rye in Normandy. Had
                                                            four sons Radulph, Hubert, Adam and Eudo who all fought at
                                                            Hastings in 1066 and then held large estates in England



  1014          Battle of Clontarf                          Sigurd 14th Earl killed while carrying the enchnted banner. "all
                                                            who bear it get their death". Succeeded by Somerled his eldest
                                                            son
  1014          Thorfinn, (to be 18th Earl and brother of    Aged 5, made Earl of Caithness and Sutherland by Malcolm II,
                Somerled)                                   King of Scots, his maternal grandfather

  1015          Somerled 15th Earl                          Dies. Succeeded by Einar II his brother

  1017    Jul   Marriage of Queen Emma to King Knut         Following Knut's invasion and marriage, the grandsons, one of
                (Canute) of Denmark & England               whom was 'Edward the Exile', of King Aethelred II escaped to
                                                            Sweden, then 12 years later to Kiev.

  1018          Einar II 16th Earl                          Vanquished by Eyvind Urarhorn and King Conchobhar at Battle
                                                            of Ulfreksfiord

1019 or         Einar II 16th Earl                          Killed by Thorkell in Deerness and Brusi, his brother inherits
  1026
  1026          Richard 4th Duke of Normandy dies           Succeeded by son Richard 5th Duke


  1027          William 'The Conqueror'                     Born. Illegitimate son of Robert 6th Duke of Normandy


  1028          William 'The Seemly' Sinclair               Born at St. Lo, Normandy son of Walderne, Earl of St. Clair.
                                                            Founder of the Sinclair dynasty in Scotland
  1028          Richard 5th Duke                            Dies. Succeeded by brother Robert 6th Duke 'The Saint and the
                                                            Devil'




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    1028         Olaf the Holy                             King of Norway driven out by King Canute of England and
                                                           Denmark who is married to Emma

    1030         Brusi 17th Earl                           does a deal with brother Thorfinn and splits the land and then
                                                           fades away. Thorfinn takes all
    1030         Thorfinn II 18th Earl                     Jarl of Orkney and Earl of Caithness

  1031-33        Robert 6th Duke                           Assists King Henry of France regain his throne

   1034?         Moddan                                    Created Earl of Caithness by King Karl Hundason


     1035        Robert 6th Duke                           Makes pilgramage to Jerusalem
     1035        Robert 6th Duke                           Dies. Succeeded by illegitimate son William by Hereleve
1035-1046        Rognvald II                               Nephew of Thorfinn II jointly rule until they disagree and
                                                           Thorfinn kills him

   1040's        Thorfinn II 18th Earl                     Defeats Moddan twice and then the King of Scotland. Subdues
                                                           Sutherland and Ross. He is credited with the real estblishment of
                                                           Christianity in the Earldom. He established a bishop at Birsay in
                                                           a 'fine minster'

    1042         Edward the Confessor, son of Emma.        Crowned King of England

    1047         Battle of Val-es-Dunes                    Battle to decide Dukedom of Normandy. Hamo and Walderne
                                                           St. Clair killed. William illegitimate son of Robert 6th Duke
                                                           confirmed 7th Duke

    1050         Thorfinn II 18th Earl                     Pilgrmage to Rome and meets the Pope

    1052    6-Mar Emma                                     Dies




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1057            William 'The Seemly' Sinclair               Returns from Hungary with Atheling Edward 'The Exile' and his
                                                            daughter Margaret who twelve years later married Malcolm
                                                            Canmore King of Scotland. She had a piece of the True Cross
                                                            'Holy Rood'. In the Houses of Parliament it says 'given to her
                                                            ancestor by Charlemagne' but this is probably symbolic.


1064            Thorfinn 'The Great' 18 th Earl of Orkney   Succeeded by his sons Paul and Erlend. His widow, Ingibiorg
                dies                                        marries Malcolm Canmore and their son is King Duncan I

1065            Hubert                                      Uncle to William the Conqueror sent by him on a secret mission
                                                            to England to secure the throne when Edward dies

1066     25-Sep Battle of Stamford Bridge, near York        King Harald Sigurdson (Hardradi) fell. His son Olaf and Earls
                                                            Paul and Erlend, (20th and 21st of Orkney) who were also in the
                                                            battle receive peace and are free to return north

1066     Oct-14 Battle of Hastings                          William Sinclair 7th Duke of Normandy aided by at least one,
                                                            maybe nine Sinclair "generals" defeats Harald and becomes King
                                                            of England and The Conqueror


1069            Margaret marries Malcolm Canmore, King
                of Scots

1076            Eudo St. Clair                              Starts building Colchester Castle, the largest ever constructed by
                                                            the Normans

1080?           Hako, son of Paul, and Magnus, son of       Joint Jarls of Orkney and Earls of Caithness
                Erlend

1087    Sep 9   William the Conqueror, King of England      Dies in Rouen, Normandy. Succeeded by his son William II

1093      Nov Battle of Alnwick                             King Malcolm of Scotland beseiges William II King of England
                                                            who surrenders but Malcolm is killed




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  1093    Nov 16 Queen Margaret dies                       Later canonised as 'an out-standing example of a true mother
                                                           and a queen'. Her feast day is 16 November


  1095           Eudo St. Clair                            Founds the Benedictine Abbey of St. John in Colchester


1096-99          First Crusade                             Henry "the Holy" Sinclair, son of William "The Seemly Sinclair"
                                                           takes part. Jerusalem captured.

  1098           Magnus King of Norway                     Seizes Earls of Orkney, Paul and Erlend and banishes them to
                                                           Norway. Places his own son Sigurd as Jarl


  1099           Sigurd Magnusson                          Crowned King of Orkney and the Isles by his father.

  1103           Hakon the Imperious 22nd and Magnus the Sons of Paul and Erlend joint rulers
                 Martyr 23rd Earls

 1110?           Harald Slettmali                          Jarl of Orkney and Earl of Caithness

  1115           Magnus the Martyr 23rd Earl               Killed on Hakon's orders

  1118           Knights Templars founded                  At site of Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem. Hugh de Payens,
                                                           linked to Catherine St. Clair is first Grand Master

  1120           John Sinclair, Earl of Essex              Son of Eudo Dapifer, the Lord of Colchester, and g.g.son of
                                                           Malger created Earl of Essex

  1122           Hakon the Imperious 22nd Earl             Dies. Succeeded by sons Harald the Orator 24th Earl and Paul II
                                                           the Silent 25th Earl

  1123           William Sinclair of Corbeil               Created Archbishop of Canterbury




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  1127    Harold the Orator 24th Earl               Who held Caithness from the King of Scots poisoned by wearing
                                                    a garment being made for Paul

  1127    Erlend III the Younger 26th Earl          Son of Harald the Orator shares title jointly with Paul 25th Earl


  1129    Macwilliam designated Earl of Caithness
  1129    Hugh de Paynes with Catherine St. Clair   Visit Sir Henry Sinclair of Roslin and initiated Templar
                                                    headquarters at Balantrodoch

  1135    King Stephen of England                   Crowned by Archbishop William Sinclair of Canterbury


  1136    Paul II the Silent 25th Earl              Dies. Succeeded by St. Rognvald III the Crusader, son of
                                                    Magnus 23rd Earl
  1136    St. Rongvald III 27th Earl                Starts building St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall in memory of
                                                    his father

  1139    Harold II the Wicked 28th Earl            Nephew of Harold I Scottish Earl of Caithness Orkney and
                                                    Shetland

 1140?    Paul 25th Earl                            Jarl of Orkney and Earl of Caithness

1147-49   Second Crusade

  1150    Erling                                    Carried off the beautiful Margaret, mother of Harald II, to the
                                                    broch at Moussa, Shetland. Harold beseiged them but then
                                                    agreed to the marriage.

  1152    Earl Rognvald of Caithness and Orkney     Makes pilgrimage to Jerusalem

  1152    Harald Maddadson (Harold the Wicked)      Arrived in Scrabster, Thurso in a war galley followed by Einstein
          28th Earl                                 King of Norway and captured

  1154    Laurence Sinclair                         Abbot of Eynehallow




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    1156    Erlend III the Younger 26th Earl           Killed. Male line of earls of Orkney end.

    1158    Earl Rognvald III 27th Earl                Killed at Calder in Caithness by Thorbiorn Klerk


    1160    Sweyn                                      Famous Caithness and Orkney raider killed in an ambush in
                                                       Dublin

    1162    First scroll written in Caithness

    1162    Henry de St.Clair                          Receives charter of lands of Herdmanston in Haddingtonshire

   1163?    Hugh de St. Clair                          Excommunicated by Thomas a Beckett for having 'taken
                                                       possession of the goods and properties of the same church of
                                                       Canterbury without permission'

   1170?    Harald                                     Jarl of Orkney and Earl of Caithness

    1176    Harald III the Younger 29th Earl           Earl of Orkney and Caithness

1189-1192   Third Crusade                              Fails to retake Jerusalem but agreement gained for free visitation
                                                       of Holy places.

    1192    Rognvald 27th Earl                         Canonised

    1195    Harold the Elder 28th Earl                 Forfeits Shetland to the Crown of Norway and it does not form
                                                       part of the domain of the Earls until 1397

    1196    Battle of Clairdon                         Harald the Younger, grandson of Earl Ronald, slain by Harold
                                                       the Elder and lies buried in 'Harold's Tower' near Thurso Castle


    1196    Harald the Elder, Earl of Caithness and    Rebels against King William the Lion
            Orkney




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  1201    Harald 28th Earl                               Storms castle of John, Bishop of Caithness whose tongue is cut
                                                         out as 'he was an informer'

  1201    King William the Lion                          Marches to Caithness in revenge for John's death. Harald buys
                                                         peace for 2000 merks of silver and looses Sutherland

1202-04   Fourth Crusade                                 Constantinople taken and held for fifty years

  1206    Harald the Elder 28th Earl                     Dies, succeeded by his son David
  1206    David 30th Earl and John 31st Earl             Sons of Harold II joint Earls
  1206    Thorfinn                                       Eldest son of Harald 28th earl dies in Roxburgh Castle where he
                                                         was confined as a hostage and after mutilation by King William
                                                         the Lion of Scotland



  1214    Gilbert Murray, distinguished ecclesiastic     Appointed Bishop of Caithness

  1214    David, (30th Earl) Jarl of Orkney and Earl     Dies, succeeded by brother John
          of Caithness

  1222    John, Jarl of Orkney and Earl of Caithness     Does not stop the burning of Adam, Bishop of Caithness to
                                                         death in Halkirk for raising tithes. Gilbert succeeds to Bishopric
                                                         and moves residence from Halkirk to Dornoch

  1222    Alexander, King of Scotland                    Came to Caithness and mercilessly avenged the Bishop's murder


  1231    John, (31st Earl) Jarl of Orkney and Earl of   Murdered in his own house at Thurso by his own servants.
          Caithness

  1232    Magnus II, (32nd Earl) Jarl of Orkney and      Kinsman of John granted title
          Earl of Caithness

  1239    Magnus II, Jarl of Orkney and Earl of          Dies, succeeded by son Gilbert (Gilbride) Earl of Stratherne and
          Caithness                                      part of Caithness.




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  1244          Gilbert I, Earl of Orkney and Caithness      Pledged himself to the Pope on behalf of the Treaty with
                                                             England

  1245          Gilbert of Moray, Bishop of Caithness        Saint, Social Worker and one of most outstanding men in the
                                                             unreformed Church in Scotland, dies.

  1256          Gilbert II 34th Earl of Orkney and Caithness Dies succeeded by son Magnus III


  1263          Haco (Hakon), King of Norway                 Invaded Scotland and imposes an impost on Caithness to cover
                                                             his expenses
  1263    1-Oct Battle of Largs                              Scots with William St. Clair commanding a wing of King
                                                             Alexander III's army defeat Haco. Haco supported by Magnus,
                                                             son of Magnus, Jarl of Orkney and Earl of Caithness. Haco dies
                                                             in Kirkwall

  1265          Battle of Lewes, England                     King Alexander of Scotland ordered William Sinclair of Roslin
                                                             to assist the forces of the king of England

  1273          Magnus III                                   Dies succeeded by son Magnus IV

  1276          Magnus                                       Created Jarl of Orkney and Earl Caithness by Magnus, King of
                                                             Norway at Tunsberg

1279-81         Sir William Sinclair of Rosslyn              Guardian to Alexander, Prince of Scotland

  1283    5-Feb Magnus 35th Jarl of Orkney and Earl of       Signs documents declaring Margaret, the Maiden of Norway,
                Caithness                                    the nearest heir to the Scottish Throne

  1284          Magnus 35th Jarl of Orkney and Earl of       Dies succeeded by brother John
                Caithness

  1289          John 36th Earl, Earl of Caithness and        Involved in proposal of marriage between Prince Edward and
                Orkney                                       Princess Margaret, the Maiden of Norway and Queen of
                                                             Scotland




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1290   14-Mar John, Earl of Caithness and Sir William     Attend Parliament at Brigham to arrange marriage of Princess
              Sinclair of Roslin                          Margaret of Scotland to Prince Edward of England
1290          Margaret, Maiden of Norway                  Drowns off Orkney coast on her way to Scotland

1292   10-Feb John, Earl of Caithness                     Refused to sit in Parliament under Balliol
              Sir William Sinclair of Roslin              was a nominee of Balliol's

1292   13-Jun Sir William Sinclair of Roslin              Swears fealty to Edward 1 of England. His son Henry also does


1296   25-Mar Battle of Dunbar                            Sir William Sinclair of Rosslyn was captured and died later
                                                          probably in Tower of London. Henry his son also captured and
                                                          later sent to St. Briavels Castle.

1296    10-Jul Sir William Sinclair of Herdmanston        Swears loyalty to King Edward 1 at Montrose

1297    5-Aug John, Earl of Caithness                     Earl Johan de Catanes' swore loyalty to King Edward I at
                                                          Murkle in Caithness

1299    7-Feb Henry Sinclair                              Exchanged prisoner for Sir William Fitz-Warin

1303   24-Feb Battle of Roslin                            Scots including Henry Sinclair of Rosslyn, Wallace and Comyn
                                                          defeat English

1307   10-May Battle of Loudon Hill                       Robert the Bruce assisted by Henry Sinclair of Rosslyn defeat the
                                                          English
1307   13-Oct Knights Templars attacked                   by Philip the Fair of France on charges of heresy. Fleet escapes
                                                          from La Rochelle to Scotland and Portugal. Treasure and
                                                          archives taken to Temple near Rosslyn

1310          John II 37th Earl                           Dies succeeded by son Magnus V

1312   28-Oct Magnus, Earl of Caithness and Orkney        Witnesses treaty between Robert the Bruce and King Hakon of
                                                          Norway




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1312           William Sinclair, brother of Sir Henry of   Made Bishop of Dunkeld
               Roslin

1314    23-Jun Bannockburn                                 Bruce defeats Edward I of England. Henry Sinclair and his
                                                           brother, William, the Bishop of Dunkeld there as was Sir
                                                           William St.Clair of Herdmanston to whom King Robert gave his
                                                           sword after the battle with the inscription 'Le Roi me donne St
                                                           Cler me porte'

        24-Jun Bannockburn                                 Henry with Bruce when he declares Scotland independent

1317           Battle of Donibristle, Fife                 William, Bishop of Dunkeld, rallies Scots army to defeat English
                                                           invading force

1319    Sep    Magnus, Earl of Caithness and Orkney        Receives letter from the Pope urging 'unity and peace'

1320     4-Apr Declaration of Arbroath 'the Scots          The reply to the Pope's letter Signed by Sir Henry Sinclair of
               Declaration of Independence'                Rosslyn and Earl Magnus

c1320          The St. Clairs of Rosslyn                   King Robert the Bruce appoints the family, through the Royal
                                                           Order, the hereditary Grand Masters of the crafts and guilds of
                                                           Scotland.

1321           Henry St. Clair                             Ballivus in Caithness for King Robert the Bruce
1321           Magnus V 38th Earl                          Dies succeeded by heir in law Malise

1329           Peace of Northampton                        Scottish Independence recognised

1330    25-Aug Battle of Teba, Andalusia, Spain            Sir William Sinclair, heir to Henry, and his brother John both
                                                           die attempting to carry Bruce's heart to the Holy Land. Buried in
                                                           Rosslyn Chapel

1331           Malise, Earl of Strathearn                  Through his descent from Matilda, daughter of Gilbert Jarl of
                                                           Orkney and Earl of Caithness in 1244, assumes both titles

1332    24-Sep William Sinclair, Bishop of Dunkeld         Officiates at Coronation of Edward Balliol




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  1333          Malise                                       Killed at Halidon Hill

  1346    12-Jul Edward III of England invades Normandy      Six English Sinclair generals with him.

  1346    8-Dec Sir John Sinclair of Herdmanston             Taken prisoner after the Battle of Neville Cross

c.1350          King David II                                Decreed "ane common and equal weicht, quhilk is called the
                                                             weicht of Caithness (pondus Cathaniae) in buying and selling,
                                                             sall be keeped and used by all men within this realm of Scotland"


  1353          Arngils Sunneson                             Created Earl of Orkney by King of Norway

  1357          Arngils Earl of Orkney                       Deprived of Title

c. 1358         Lithuanian Crusade                           William Sinclair, Baron of Rosslyn and father of Prince Henry
                                                             Sinclair dies in Lithuania crusading with the Teutonic Knights


  1364          Thomas St Clair, son of William Sinclair of Ballivus in Orkney for the King of Norway
                Roslin who was killed at Teba

 1375?          David Stewart Earl of Strathern              Created Earl of Caithness

  1375          Alexander de Ard                             Granted Earldom of Orkney for one year by King Hakon of
                                                             Norway and resignd all his lands in caithness to King Robert II
                                                             of Scotland

  1379    2-Aug Henry made Jarl (Prince or Earl) of Orkney   by King Haakon VI of Norway at Marstrand
                and Lord of Shetland

 1388?          Eupheme                                      suo jure Countess of Caithness and Countess of Stratherne

  1389          Henry                                        Slays Malise Sperra near Scalloway, Shetland




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1391          Henry conquers Faroe Islands

1398          Prince Henry's voyage                        sails to New world.

1398    2-Jun Nova Scotia                                  Henry lands at Trin harbour, now Chadebucto Bay

1399          Henry in Massachusetts and Rhode Island      Evidence at Westford and the Newport Tower


1400          Prince Henry killed in Orkney                Succeeded by his son Henry 2nd Earl of Orkney

1402          Walter Stewart, Earl of Caithness

1402   14-Sep Henry 2nd Earl of Orkney and Sir William     Taken prisoner by the English at Battle of Homildon Hill but
              Sinclair of Herdmanston                      soon released

1405          Henry 2nd Earl of Orkney                     Guardian to Prince James, the future James I of Scotland

1406          Henry 2nd Earl of Orkney                     Escorted Prince James to France but the ship was captured by
                                                           the English. Both imprisoned in the Tower of London

1407          Henry 2nd Earl of Orkney                     Escapes or is released on payment of a ransom from the Tower


1418          John Sinclair, brother of Prince Henry 2nd   Foud of Shetland and did homage to King Haakon
              Earl

1420    1-Feb Henry 2nd Earl of Orkney dies.               William 3rd Earl of Orkney succeeds

1421          William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   Hostage for James 1 when he returned to Scotland

1428          Alan Stewart Earl of Caithness               on resignation of title by his father

1431          Alan Earl of Caithness                       Slain at Inverlochy by Donald Balloch. Succeeded by his father
                                                           Walter




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1436          William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   Conveyed Princess Margaret of Scotland to France on her
                                                           marriage to the Dauphin when also Admiral of Scotland

1437          Walter Earl of Caithness                     forfeits title

1441          William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   Created Grand Master Mason of Scotland by King James II.
                                                           Title is hereditary

1446   24-Jun William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   Summoned to Bergen by Christopher King of Norway to swear
                                                           allegiance for the Orkneys

1446          Start of building of Rosslyn Chapel          by William Sinclair, Prince of Orkney
              (Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew) for a
              provost, six prebends and two singing boys


1448          William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   Joins Earls of Douglas, Ormonde and others in repelling English
                                                           invasion

1449          William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   Senior of four candidates for the
                                                           vacant Norwegian crown. Blocked
                                                           by Hansa League as they wanted
                                                           someone more amenable

1449          William also created Lord Sinclair           Sits in Parliament as Lord
                                                           Sinclair

1450   21-Sep Rosslyn Chapel                               Dedicated as Collegiate Chapel
                                                           of St. Matthew

1452          George Crichton                              Created Earl of Caithness

1454 Aug      George, Earl of Caithness                    Dies

1454          William 3rd Earl of Orkney                   High Chancellor of Scotland




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   1455    28-Aug William 3rd Earl of Orkney also created Earl Under Scottish law in compensation for foregoing right of
                  of Caithness                                 Lordship of Nithsdale

   1470    16-Sep William forced to resign Earldom of Orkney Orkney transferred to Scottish crown as part of the dowry on
                                                             marriage of James III to Margaret of Denmark. Receives Castle
                                                             of Ravenscraig and lands in Fife as compensation

1471-73           William 1st Earl                             Ambassador to England

   1476     7-Dec William 1st Earl                             Surrenders his Caithness title. Succeeded by his son William 2nd
                                                               Earl. Another son Sir Oliver is left the Roslin Estates. William,
                                                               son by the first marriage eceives nothing.

   1480           William 1st Earl                             Dies buried at Rosslyn

   1480           William Sinclair                             Becomes 1st Lord Sinclair

   1481    18-Feb Agreement ratified between Sir Oliver and    William obtains Ravenscraig Castle and its lands as well as
                  William, Lord Sinclair                       lands at Dysart but with his son, Henry, renounce claim to
                                                               barony of Roslin

   1482    17-Apr William, Lord Sinclair                       declared 'incomposmentis et fatuus' and a wster of his lands and
                                                               goods for 16 years previously

  1486?           Rosslyn Chapel                               Completed

   1487           William, Lord Sinclair                       Dies and is buried at Dunfermline succeeded by his son Henry


1488 -89          Henry, Lord Sinclair                         Sat in Parliament

   1489    28-May Henry, Lord Sinclair                         Granted a thirteen year lease of Orkney and Shetland, the
                                                               custody of Kirkwall Castle and the offices of Justiciar, Foud and
                                                               Bailie of Orkney and Shetland




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1496          Jan de Grot (John of Groats)                   Commissioned by James IV to operate a ferry service to Orkney
                                                             having obtained a charter of land from William, the Earl of
                                                             Caithness

1501   1-May Henry, Lord Sinclair                            Regranted lease of Orkney and Shetland for nineteen years

1502          Sir David Sinclair, illegitimate son of        Sent by King James IV to fight for Danes angainst Norse
              William first Earl

1505          William 2nd Earl                               Known to have sat in Parliament

1510   13-Mar Henry, Lord Sinclair                           Created Master of the Artillery

1513    9-Sep Battle of Flodden                              William, 2nd Earl helped lead the right wing of the Scottish
                                                             army army that beat the English left wing. Unlike some he
                                                             returned to help the rest of the Scots and was killed. Loss of 300
                                                             Sinclairs including George Sinclair of Keiss, Henry 3rd Lord
                                                             Sinclair, Sir John Sinclair of Herdmanston, The Bishop of
                                                             Caithness as well as King James IV of Scotland.




1513          John, son of William becomes 3rd Earl
              William, son of Henry becomes 4th Lord         Does not inherit Estates until his mother dies
              Sinclair

1515          Sir James Sinclair, natural son of Sir         Elected by the Orcadians as their leader and withheld rents to
              William of Warsetter (brother to Henry 3rd     Lady Sinclair (William's mother) and forces William to
              Lord Sinclair) and thus a cousin               surrender Kirkwall Castle and to flee to Caithness

1529          William, Lord Sinclair                         Receives letter from King instructing him to invade Orkney and
                                                             overthrow Sir James. Goes to John for help




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1529   18-May Battle of Somersdale (Summerdale) Orkney John, 3rd Earl of Caithness with 500 men dies in battle.
                                                       Succeeded by his son George 4th Earl. William, 4th Lord
                                                       Sinclair is taken prisoner.

1533     1-Jun John Seintcleere                               Knighted with the Sword at the Coronation of King Henry VIII
                                                              of England and Queen Anne Boleyn
1540           Oliver Sinclair of Pitcairns                   Second son of Sir Oliver Sinclair of Rosslyn appointed Justice,
                                                              Sherriff, Admiral and Baillie of Orkney and Shetland by King
                                                              James V

1542   24-Nov Battle of Solway Moss                           Scots, commanded by Oliver Sinclair of Pitcairns, beaten by the
                                                              English and taken prisoner

1542           George 4th Earl                                First sat as a Peer in Parliament

1542           Gold produced in Caithness                     At Rattar

1546     3-Jun Sir William Sinclair of Rosslyn                Marie of Guise appoints him the keeper of all the sacred
                                                              treasures of Scotland

1556   17-Apr George 4th Earl                                 Received a grant of the hereditary justiciary of Caithness with
                                                              full power over life and death

1558    Nov Henry Sinclair                                    Younger son of Sir Oliver Sinclair of Roslin made Bishop of
                                                              Ross

1559           Sir William Sinclair of Rosslyn                Lord Chief Justice of Scotland

1560           John Knox (mother was a Sinclair)              Founds Presbyterian Church in Scotland
               Oliver Sinclair of Pitcairns                   Dies

1560           George 4th Earl                                Oppose the ratification of the 'Confession of Faith' in
                                                              Parliament

1565    29-Jul Dr John Sinclair, son of Sir Oliver Sinclair   Marries Mary Queen of Scots to Lord Darnley
               of Roslin




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  1567    12-Apr George 4th Earl                            Foreman of the Jury at the trial that acquitted James, Earl of
                                                            Bothwell for the murder of Lord Darnley and who then married
                                                            Mary Queen of Scots.


  1567           Thomas Sinclair                            Keeper of the Privy Seal when Mary Queen of Scots was forced
                                                            to abdicate and in turn was forced to attach the seals by the Lord
                                                            Lindsay even though Mary's signature was obtained by coersion




  1568           John Sinkler                               Arrived as an indentured servant in New Hampshire, USA

  1568           Henry 3rd Lord Sinclair                    Assists Mary Queen of Scots to escape from Lochleven Castle


  1570           John, Master of Caithness, son of George   Burns the Cathedral in pursuit of the Murrays who had taken
                                                            refuge in the steeple

1570-77          John, Master of Caithness                  Imprisoned in Girnigoe Castle by his father

  1570           William, 4th Lord Sinclair                 Dies, succeeded by Henry, a
                                                            supporter of the Reformation

  1571    26-Feb Rosslyn Chapel                             Seized in the Reformation

  1582     9-Sep George, 4th Earl                           Dies in Edinburgh. Buried at Rosslyn. Succeeded by his
                                                            grandson George 5th Earl

  1588           Girnigoe Castle                            Withstands siege by the Earl of Sutherland

  1589           George 4th Earl                            Invades and ravishes part of Sutherland

  1589           Wick                                       Created a Royal Burgh by James IV




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1592    3-Apr George 5th Earl                               Resigns Earldom in return for novodamus and remainder to his
                                                            son William Sinclair

1592   17-Aug Altars of Rosslyn Chapel ordered to be        Oliver St.Clair summoned to appear before the General
              destroyed                                     Assembly and threatened with excommunication

1592   31-Aug Altars at Rosslyn Chapel destroyed            'The altars of Roslene were haille demolishit' (George Ramsay).
                                                            Chapel ceased to be used as a house of prayer and fell into
                                                            disrepair

1592   11-Dec William Sinclair of Mey                       Knighted by King James V1

1601   21-Oct Henry 5th Lord Sinclair                       Dies, succeeded by grandson Henry

1602          Henry 6th Lord Sinclair                       Dies, succeeded by his brother James

1606          George 5th Earl of Caithness                  By Act of Parliament allowed to change the name of Girnigoe
                                                            Castle to Sinclair Castle

1606          William Shakespeare                           Writes Macbeth featuring The Earl of Caithness as one of the
                                                            powerful and influential Scottish Peers.

1607          James 7th Lord Sinclair                       Dies, succeeded by his brother
                                                            Patrick

1608          Rev Timothy Pont                              Issues first map of Caithness

1610          Arthur Smith                                  Alledgedly minted coins for the Earl of Caithness in Girnigoe
                                                            Castle

1610    6-Jan William St. Clere                             Knighted at Whitehall

1612          Battle of Kringen, Otta, Norway               George Sinclair and all but 18 out of 300 or so men killed in an
                                                            ambush. I50 men came from Caithness




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     1614           George 5th Earl                         Supresses rebellion in Orkney

1615 or 17          Patrick 8th Lord Sinclair               Dies succeeded by his son John

     1623      8-Jul William Sinclair of Mey                Receives Knighthood

     1626     1-Feb Ralph St. Clare                         Created Knight of the Bath

     1630           Sir William Sinclair of Rosslyn         The William Schaw petition from the Master of the King's Work
                                                            confirms the St. Clairs as traditional Grand Masters of the
                                                            Masons of Scotland

     1631     2-Jun James Sinclair of Mey                   Created Baronet of Nova Scotia

     1633           Thurso                                  Created a free burgh of barony by Royal Charter of Charles 1

     1634           Famine in Caithness                     The Privy Council give support to 'the people of Catnes and
                                                            Orkney in this calamitous tyme of death and famine'

     1636    18-Jan John Sinclair of Stevenson              Created Baronet of Nova Scotia

     1638           Baptist Church founded                  The first Baptist Church in Scotland was at Keiss in Caithness

     1638           John, Master of Berriedale              With Sir James Sinclair of Murkle signed National Covenant

     1639    23-Mar John 9th Lord Sinclair                  One of the Covenanting Lords who took the Regalia from
                                                            Dalkeith to Edinburgh

 1640/41            John 9th Lord Sinclair                  Garrisons Aberdeen


     1642    Feb    George 5th Earl dies                    Buried at Hollyrood. Succeeded by George 6th Earl his great
                                                            grandson

  1644-45           Sir John Sinclair of Herdmanston        MP for County of Haddington




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 1649           Battle of Carbisdale                       Montrose defeated for the last time. Flees with Major Sinclair
                                                           but is betrayed by McLeod of Assynt, imprisoned in Ardvrach
                                                           Castle and late tried and killed.

 1650     3-Sep Sir William Sinclair of Rosslyn            Dies at battle of Dunbar and was the last Knight to be buried in
                                                           full armour below Rosslyn Chapel. General Monk sacks Rosslyn
                                                           Castle but the Chapel is spared although used for stabling horses.
                                                           Sir John Sinclair of Rosslyn sent to Tynemouth Castle


 1651     3-Sep John 9th Lord Sinclair                     Captured by Cromwell at Battle of Worcester fighting for King
                                                           Charles II. Imprisoned in the Tower of London and then at
                                                           Windsor until 1660. Liberated by General Monck.

 1655           George Sinclair                            Professor of Philosophy at Glasgow Universityand one of the
                                                           first Scots to study Physics
 1655           David Sinclair of Seba and Brobster        Naturalised and admitted into the College of Nobles as Baron
                                                           Sinclair of Finnekumla

 1657    15-Jul George 6th Earl                            Present when Oliver Cromwell was proclaimed Chief Magistrate
                                                           of the three nations in Edinburgh.

1653-9          Oliver Cromwell                            Stationed troops in Caithness including ''70 foot and 15 horse' at
                                                           Girnigoe

 1664    10-Sep Robert Sinclair of Longformacus            Created a baronet

 1668    5-Nov George 6th Earl                             Granted a remission under the Great Seal for 'the crimes of
                                                           making war on his Majesty's lieges, manslaughter, robbery, fire-
                                                           raising and general oppression

 1670           George Sinclair                            Employed by Magistrates in Edinburgh to superintend the
                                                           introduction of water into the city

 1672           George 6th Earl                            Granted a redeemable disposition of his lands and Honours to
                                                           Sir John Campbell of Glenorchy




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1674          Patrick Sinclair                            First Sinclair in West Indies

1674   10-Nov John 9th Lord Sinclair                      Dies. Title in dispute as only one daughter Catherine

1676   May    George 6th Earl dies                        At Thurso Castle.

1677    1-Jun Sir Henry St, Clair of Herdmanston          Created 10th Lord Sinclair. Obtained through Mother's line
              (Grandson of John 9th Lord)

1677   28-Jun Sir John Campbell of Glenorchy              Created Earl of Caithness

1680    13-Jul Battle of Altimarlach                      George Sinclair of Keiss loses last clan battle in Scotland to Sir
                                                          John Campbell of Glenorchy
1680          Andrew Sinclair of Sema and Brobster        Having emigrated to Sweden in 1635 made Count Sinclair of
                                                          Lambahof

1681    15-Jul George Sinclair of Keiss                   Declared 7th Earl of Caithness by the Privy Council. A cousin of
                                                          6th Earl. Sat in Parliament

1681   13-Aug Sir John Cambell of Glenorchy               Created Earl of Breadalbane and Holland in compensation for
                                                          loss of Earldom of Caithness

1688   11-Dec Rosslyn Chapel                              Damaged by a mob for being too Popish and idolatrous

1689          Henry 10th Lord Sinclair                    Only Peer to oppose the settling of the Crown on William and
                                                          Mary

1689          Sir Robert Sinclair of Stevenson            Created Lord Stevenson and a lord of session

1698          George 7th Earl dies                        Succeeded by John Sinclair of Murchill (Murkle) 8th Earl, his
                                                          cousin

1704    25-Jul John 8th Earl                              Sits in Parliament

1704   12-Oct James Sinclair of Dunbeath                  Created Baronet of Nova Scotia




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1705         John 8th Earl dies                         Succeeded by Alexander 9th Earl, his son.

1708         Union of Parliaments                       Scotland's Parliament suspended The Earl of Caithness against it
                                                        and was the last surviving peer of the Scottish Parliament. Sir
                                                        Robert Sinclair of Longformacus, John Sinclair of Stemster and
                                                        John Sinclair (younger) of Stevenson also voted against.




1708         John, Master of Sinclair (Son of Henry Lord Kills Ensign Schaw and Captain Alexander Schaw in duels.
             Sinclair)                                   Exiled to Prussia and later Pardoned by Queen Anne

1715         John Master of Sinclair                    Captures vessel with 420 stand of arms bound for the Earl of
                                                        Sutherland for the Jacobites

1715         Battle of Sheriffmuir                      David Sinclair of Brabsterdorran fights for Jacobite cause, as did
                                                        John, Master of Sinclair who fled to Orkney and then to Europe


1715         John, Master of Sinclair                   Attainted and never assumed the title.

1723 Mar     Henry 10th Lord Sinclair                   Dies. No successor due to attainder.

1733   3-Nov John Sinclair of Murkle                    Younger son of John 8th Earl created Lord Murkle

1736         Rosslyn Chapel                             Sir James Sinclair glazed the windows for the first time, relaid
                                                        the floor with flagstones and repaired the roof

1736         Sir James Sinclair of Rosslyn              Resigned his office as hereditary Grand Master Mason of
                                                        Scotland to the Scottish Lodges on their foundation.
                                                        Reappointed for his life.




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1739   17-Jun Major Malcolm Sinclair                      'A good and faithfull servant of Sweden…Charged with affairs
                                                          of State, he was assassinated at Grunberg in Siesia by agents of
                                                          Czarina Anna of Russia'

1745    4-Jun Sir James Sinclair of Rosslyn               A Lieutenant general with the Royal Scots appointed
                                                          Commander of the British Forces in Flanders

1746          Lord Macleod                                Enters Caithness with a body of Prince Charlie's men

1746   16-Apr Battle of Culloden                          Prince Charles Edward defeated. Sir James Sinclair of Rosslyn
                                                          commanded the Royal Scots on the Hanoverian side. About
                                                          500 Caithness Sinclairs were about to join the Jacobite cause,
                                                          but the Earl supported the Hanoverians

1747          Heritable Jurisdiction Act                  Highland landowners must accept English Juisdiction or forfeit
                                                          their lands

1747          Act of Proscription                         Banned the wearing of tartan, the teaching of Gaelic, the playing
                                                          of bagpipes and the gatherings of Highlanders.

1750          Sir William Sinclair of Dunbeath            Founded Baptist Church at Keiss


1759          Lt. A. Sinclair                             Carried the Colours for General Wolfe at the Battle of the
                                                          Heights of Abraham. Became a Major General.

1761   10-Mar Sir James Sinclair M.P.                     who should have been 11th Lord Sinclair gazettted a General

1765    9-Dec Alexander 9th Earl dies                     Disputed succession

1772   7-May William Sinclair created 10th Earl           A cousin of 9th Earl

1777   29-Dec Battle of Charlestown, Virginia, USA        John Sinclair, son and heir of William, a Major in 76th Foot
                                                          wounded in the groin by a musket ball when reconnoitring with
                                                          Sir Henry Clinton




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    1779    29-Nov William 10th Earl dies                       Succeeded by his son John 11th Earl.

    1782    25-Apr Charles St.Clair                             Establishes claim to be 14th Lord Sinclair (no 11th,12th or 13th )


    1782           John Sinclair of Ulbster MP                  Receives £15,000 towards the relief of a serious famine in the
                                                                north of Scotland

    1786    14-Feb John Sinclair of Ulbster                     Created Baron of GB

    1788    26-Jan Duncan Sinclair                              Master of The Alexander, part of the first fleet bringing convicts
                                                                and settlers reaches Sydney Cove

    1789     8-Apr John 11th Earl dies                          Title again in dispute

  1790-99          Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster                 Compiled a 'Statistical Account
                                                                of Scotland'

    1791     4-Nov Battle at Wabash River (now Fort Recovery, Gen St. Clair, Governor of the Northwest Territories defeated by
                   Ohio, USA)                                 the largest Indian confederation ever assembled.

    1793    4-May Sir James Sinclair 7th Baronet of Mey         Cousin of 11th Earl
                  becomes 12th Earl

1794-1823          James 12th Earl                              Lord Lieutenant of Caithness

    1793           Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster                 First President of the Board of Agriculture

    1794           Caithness and Rothesay Fencibles formed      By Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster

    1795           Caithness Highlanders                        formed

    1789     1-Jan James St. Clair-Erskine (to be 2nd Earl of   Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean
                   Rosslyn)




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  1801    21-Apr Alexander Wedderburn St. Clair          Created 1st Earl of Rosslyn

  1805      2-Jan Alexander 1st Earl of Rosslyn          Dies succeded by nephew James St. Clair-Erskine

1807-18          James 12th Earl of Caithness            Representative Peer of Scotland
1807-59          Charles 14th, Lord Sinclair             Representative Peer of Scotland

  1810           Alexander Bain                          Born in Watten. Later invented telegraphy

1810-12          James 2nd Earl of Rosslyn               Grand Master Mason of Scotland

1811-23          James 12th Earl of Caithness            Postmaster General of Scotland

  1814           James 2nd Earl of Rosslyn               Created a General

  1818           David Sinclair                          a convict is first Sinclair to remain in Australia arrived on the
                                                         'Morley'

  1820    20-May James 2nd Earl of Rosslyn               Created a Knight of the Bath

  1823     16-Jul James 12th Earl dies                   Succeeded by Alexander 13th Earl, his son

1823-55          Alexander 13th Earl of Caithness        Lord Lieutenant of Caithness

  1829           James 2nd Earl of Rosslyn               Created a Privy Councillor

  1831           Dougald Sinclair                        A Baptist minister from Mid-Argyll who laid foundation of the
                                                         church in Colonsay emigrates to Canada at earlier emigrants
                                                         wishes and churches around Lobo became known as 'Sinclair
                                                         Baptist'

  1833           Lt. Col Thomas Staunton Sinclair        Created a Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order

  1834           George Sinclair                         Involved in the planning and laying out of Prince's Street
                                                         Gardens in Edinburgh




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  1834-35           James 2nd Earl of Rosslyn                  Lord President of the Council

     1837    18-Jan James 2nd Earl of Rosslyn                  Dies succeeded by son James

     1844     6-Jan Andrew Sinclair                            Colonial Secretary in New Zealand

     1855    24-Dec Alexander 13th Earl dies                   Succeeded by his son James 14th Earl, a Fellow of the Royal
                                                               Society and an inventor of a steam carriage on macadam roads,
                                                               a gravitating compass and a tape loom for weavers.

  1856-81           James 14 th Earl of Caithness              Lord Lieutenant of Caithness and Vice Admiral of Caithness

1856-58 &           James 14th Earl of Caithness               A Lord in Waiting to the Queen
  1859-86
     1857           James Sinclair                             Having been instrumental in the layout of the Imperial Gardens
                                                               at St. Petersburg he was commissioned to plan the refurbishment
                                                               of 64 acres of rubbish tips and swamp into what is now known
                                                               as Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne

  1858-68           James 14th Earl of Caithness               Representative Peer of Scotland

     1859    Mar    James 3rd Earl of Rosslyn                  Under Secretary of State for War

     1861           Rosslyn Chapel                             Restored by James, 3rd Earl of Rosslyn. Sunday services begin
                                                               again.

 1861 - 62          Charles,( to be 16th Lord Sinclair)        Assistant Military Secretary in New Zealand Wars


     1861           Catherine Sinclair                         Reknowned novelist, dies

     1862    22-Apr Rosslyn Chapel                             Rededicated by Bishop of Edinburgh

     1862           Wick                                       Largest herring port in the world with 1122 boats




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    1862    13-Dec Battle of Fredricksburg, USA              Colonel William H Sinclair of Sixth Regiment (Federal) serves
                                                             with distinction and is wounded

    1863    30-Sep Charles 14th Lord Sinclair                Dies. Succeeded by his son James

    1866    1-May James, 14th Earl created Baron Barrogill

    1866           James 3rd Earl of Rosslyn                 Promoted to General

    1866    16-Jun James 3rd Earl of Rosslyn                 Dies succeeded by son Francis

1868 - 80          James, 15th Lord Sinclair                 Representative Peer

    1871           Francis 4th Earl of Rosslyn               Elected 69th Grand Master Mason of Scotland

    1874     1-Aug Last Royal Mail Stagecoach journey        From Berriedale to Wick. The last linkof the once great coaching
                                                             link from London to Thurso and Wick. Replaced by the 'car of
                                                             civilisation'.

    1880    24-Oct James, 15th Lord Sinclair                 Dies, succeeded by his son Charles

    1880    16-Dec Edward Burrowes Sinclair                  of Dublin, Knighted in recognition of his public services in
                                                             training soldiers wives as nurses

    1881    28-Mar James 14th Earl dies in New York          Buried at Chapel Royal, Holyrood. Succeeded by son George
                                                             15th Earl,who was a lieutenant-colonel of the Caithness Artillery
                                                             Volunteers

    1881    16-Nov Rosslyn Chapel                            Apse added by Francis 4th Earl of Rosslyn with organ loft above


 1881-89           George 15th Earl of Caithness             Lord Lieutenant of Caithness

    1883     4-Oct William Alexander Smith                   Founded the Boys Brigade in Glasgow, but having been born in
                                                             Thurso.




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    1885            Isabells McHutcheson Sinclair                  Wrote 'Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands' still the
                                                                   'bible' of Hawaiian flowers today

1886 - 90           Francis 4th Earl of Rosslyn                    Capt of the Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at Arms

    1889    25-May George 15th Earl dies                           Left the family estates out of the family. Succeeded by his cousin
                                                                   James 16th Earl. Barony of Barrogill becomes extinct

    1890      6-Sep Francis 4th Earl of Rosslyn                    Dies succeeded by son James

    1891     20-Jan James 16th Earl dies                           Succeeded by son John 17th Earl

    1904    19-Dec William Japp Sinclair                           Knighted for work in Obstetrics and Gyaecology at Victoria
                                                                   University, Manchester

 1905-12            John Sinclair                                  Secretary for Scotland (to be Baron Pentland)

    1909    15-Feb John Sinclair                                   Created Baron Pentland

    1914    30-May John 17th Earl dies                             Succeeded by cousin Norman
                                                                   18th Earl.

    1918            William Sinclair                               Lieutenant in Australian Army awarded the Military Cross for
                                                                   outstanding bravery in France

    1909    15-Feb John Sinclair of Lyth                           Created 1st Baron Pentland

    1916     1-May Harry Ford Sinclair                             Founds Sinclair Oil and Refining Corporation

    1917            Ewen George Sinclair-Maclagan                  Appointed Major general in Australian Army

 1918-29            Norman 18th Earl                               Representative Peer of Scotland

    1925    23-Mar John 1st Baron Pentland                         Dies, Succeeded by son Henry

 1931-32            Sir Archibald Sinclair of Ulbster (4th)        Secretary of State for Scotland




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1935-45          Sir Archibald Sinclair of Ulbster           Leader of the Liberal Party

  1939    10-Aug James 5th Earl of Rosslyn                   Dies succeeded by grandson Anthony

1940-45          Sir Archibald                               Secretary of State for Air in Churchill Government in World
                                                             War II

  1947    25-Mar Norman 18th Earl dies                       Succeeded by his nephew Roderick 19th Earl

  1948    28-Feb Aubrey St Clair-Ford                        Inherits Baronetcy of GB created on 22 February 1793

1950-58          Roderick 19th Earl of Caithness             Representative Peer of Scotland

  1952    10-Apr Sir Archibald                               Created Viscount Thurso

  1953           Colin Archibald Sinclair                    Ex Government Minister and Grazier in Australia is Knighted


1955-65          Roderick 19th Earl                          HM The Queen's Resident Factor Balmoral Estates

  1956    10-Nov Harry Ford Sinclair                         Dies

  1957           Murray 17th Lord Sinclair                   Succeeds his father

  1957    22-Jan Robert John Sinclair                        Created 1st Baron Sinclair of Cleeve

1958-65          Roderick 19th Earl                          Having been a Brigadier in the Gordon Highlanders was made
                                                             Brigade Colonel of the Regiment

1963-65          Roderick 19th Earl                          Deputy Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire

  1964     3-Apr Major General Sir William Sinclair-Bugess   Dies. The most decorated and longest serving head of the New
                                                             Zealand Army

  1965    8-May Roderick 19th Earl dies                      Succeeded by his son Malcolm 20th Earl




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  1968    25-Nov Upton Sinclair                              Dies. A rebellious literary and political voice in the USA

  1970           Susan Cunliffe Lister (Nee Sinclair)        Created Baroness Masham of Ilton (Life Peer)
  1970    15-Jun Archibald 1st Viscount Thurso               Dies. Succeeded by son Robin

1973-95          Robin 2nd Viscount Thurso                   Lord Lieutenant of Caithness

  1977           Peter 7th Earl of Rosslyn                   Succeeds father.

  1984           Henry 2nd Baron Pentland                    Dies. No successor

1984-94          Malcolm                                     Government Minister under Mrs Margaret Thatcher (later
                                                             Baroness Thatcher) and then John Major

  1984           Henry 2nd and last Baron Pentland dies.

  1985           John 3rd Baron Sinclair of Cleeve           Succeeds father.

  1990           Malcolm                                     Created a Privy Counsellor
  1990           Patrick Sinclair                            Inherits Baronetage of Dunbeath

  1995           John 3rd Viscount Thurso                    Succeeds his father

  1997           Veronica Linklater (gd 1st Viscount Thurso) Created Baroness Linklater of Butterstone (Life Peer)


  1999    Mar    Clan Sinclair Trust                         formed

  1999     5-Nov Malcolm 20th Earl and Peter 7th Earl of     Elected Representative Hereditary Peers. John 3rd Viscount does
                 Rosslyn                                     not stand in election.

  2000           The Kirkwall Scroll                         Radiocarbon dating proves how the Templars joined the Masons
                                                             through the Sinclairs in Orkney in the 15th Century




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2000 25 Jul - 3 First International Sinclair Gathering in UK Held in London, Edinburgh, Rosslyn and Caithness
     Aug

                MC 27/03/02




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Reference




Andrew Sinclair


The Alban Quest (Farley Mowat)




Tim Wallace-Murphy




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Germania (Tacitus)       Caithness
Events (Thomas Sincalir)



Laurel Fechner




Andrew Sinclair




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Laurel Fechner            Houses of
Parliament Mosaic, London




The Orkneyinga Saga




The Orkneyinga Saga

Laurel Fechner




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


The Orkneyinga Saga




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Scots Peerage (Paul)

The County of Caithness



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair) Oxford
Companion to Scottish History


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

The Orkneyinga Saga          Oxford
Companion to Scottish History



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Tim Wallace-Murphy




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History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)




Scots Peerage (Paul)

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)



The Orkneyinga Saga




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




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St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




The Orkneyinga Saga         Oxford
Companion to Scottish History




History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)
History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)




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History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Laurel Fechner



The Orkneyinga Saga


The Orkneyinga Saga or              St
Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)
History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)
History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)




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The Orkneyinga Saga


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Complete Peerage

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Complete Peerage                    St
Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)
Sinclair Geneaology (Niven Sinclair)
St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair) Oxford
Companion to Scottish History



Laurel Fechner

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)


Last of the Free (James Hunter)

Laurel Fechner




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Niven Sinclair                 Laurel
Fechner             Historical Notes on
the Mosaics in the Palace of
Westminster (Thomas Wilson)



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)




Sinclairs of England
Battle Abbey Rolls




Colchester Castle Guide


Complete Peerage




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Colchester Castle Guide


Laurel Fechner


The Orkneyinga Saga




The Lord Lyon

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


Complete Peerage

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Laurel Fechner
Tim Wallace-Murphy

History of the Sinclair Family in
Europe and America (Morrison)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


Dictionary of English Church History




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St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


Peerage of Scotland (Douglas)
Laurel Fechner


Dictionary of English Church History


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


Complete Peerage



Prehistoric Times (Lord Avebury)



The Orkneyinga Saga

The Orkneyinga Saga


Niven Sinclair




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St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)   The
Orkneyinga Saga




Scots Peerage (Paul)

Niven Sinclair



Complete Peerage

St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




The Orkneyinga Saga

The Orkneyinga Saga




Peerage of Scotland (Douglas)




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Complete Peerage                    Scots
Peerage (Paul)



Complete Peerage
St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)
The Orkneyinga Saga




Complete Peerage


Peerage of Scotland (Douglas)         Last
of the Free (James Hunter)


Peerage of Scotland (Douglas)


Peerage of Scotland (Douglas)


Complete Peerage


Complete Peerage                      St
Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




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Scots Peerage (Paul)




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




The Orkneyinga Saga
Scots Peerage (Paul)



Laurel Fechner


St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)                St
Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)




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National Dictionary of Biography

The Orkneyinga Saga

Peerage of Scotland (Douglas)
National Dictionary of Biography

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)



Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)
Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)




Laurel Fechner

Andrew Sinclair



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Scots Peerage (Paul)




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Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)


Andrew Sinclair




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)



Scots Peerage (Paul)       Rosslyn
Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


Scots Peerage (Paul)         Complete
Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)




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St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)

Laurel Fechner

Scots Peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)

The Orkneyinga Saga



Scots Peerage (Paul)                The
Orkneyinga Saga

Complete Peerge




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Scots Peerage (Paul)



Prince Henry Sinclair (Pohl)

Niven Sinclair                  Jim
Whittal



Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn))


Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)

Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage




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Complete Peerage


Complete Peerage

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


National Dictionary of Biography


Scots Peerage (Paul)




National Dictionary of Biography




Scots Peerage (Paul)


Judy Fisken (ex curator)


Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Dictionary of National Biography




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Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)



Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)



Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)



Scots Peerage (Paul)      Complete
Peerage

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)




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Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)
Scots Peerage (Paul)


Scots Peerage (Paul)



Scots Peerage (Paul)




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Scots Peerage (Paul)



The Knights of England (Shaw)

Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland



Dictionary of National Biography
Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland

Scots Peerage (Paul)



Andrew Sinclair


Dictionary of National Biography


Historical account of the Senators of
the College of Justice (Brunton)

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


Collins Encyclopedia of Scotland

Dictionary of National Biography


Baronage of Scotland (Douglas)




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Scots Peerage (Paul)




Pictorial History of Scotland by James
Taylor




Dictionary of National Biography




Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)

Scots Peerage (Paul)


The Clans (Logan)

The Clans (Logan)




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Complete Peerage


Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)



Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)

The Acts of Parliament of Scotland
(HoL Library)

Shakespeare Compendium           (HoL
Library)

Scots Peerage (Paul)




Dictionary of National Biography


Knights of England (Shaw)

The Geneaology of the Earls of
Sutherland




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Scots Peerage (Paul)

Baronage of Scotland (Douglas)

Knights of England (Shaw)

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)



Debretts



Extracts from the Records of the Burgh
of Aberdeen

Baronage of Scotland (Douglas)




Scots Peerage (Paul)


The Genealogy of the Earls of
Sutherland

Scots Peerage (Paul)




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Pictorial History of Scotland (James
Taylor)


Andrew Sinclair.
Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)




Scots Peerage (Paul)        Dictionary of
National Biography




St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


Scots Peerage (Paul)




Scots Peerage (Paul)




Complete Peerage




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Scots Peerage (Paul)

Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Complete Peerage



St Clairs of the Isles (Sinclair)


Complete Peerage                    Scots
Peerage (Paul)

Complete Peerage


Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Dictionary of National Biography

Complete Peerage                    Scots
Peerage (Paul)

Complete Peerage




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Complete Peerage

The Acts of Parliament of Scotland
(HoL) Library




Scots Peerage (Paul)


Dictionary of National Biography


Scots Peerage (Paul)



Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)




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Inscription on grave. Niven Sinclair



Dictionary of National Biography


The County of Caithness




History of Baptists in Scotland (Yuille)




Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)

Complete Peerage




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Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)


Dictionary of National Biography


Debretts




Scots Peerage (Paul)

Dictionary of National Biography




Debretts


Complete Peerage

Dictionary of National Biography

Dictionary of National Biography




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Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage
Scots Peerage (Paul)




Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Debretts




Knights of England (Shaw)

Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Debretts

Evangelical Missionaries in the early
Nineteenth-Century Highlands (Meek)



Knights of England (Shaw)

Bodleian Library, Oxford




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Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Dictionary of National Biography

Complete Peerage         Dictionary
of National Biography


Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Australian Biographies




Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage




Scots Peerage (Paul)


Dictionary of National Biography




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Journal of the American Civil War.


Scots Peerage (Paul)

Scots Peerage (Paul)

Debretts

Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)

Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)

The County of Caithness (Horne)



Scots Peerage (Paul)

Knights of England (Shaw)


Complete Peerage



Rosslyn Chapel (The Earl of Rosslyn)


Complete Peerage




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American National Biography


Complete Peerage

Scots Peerage (Paul)        Debretts


Complete Peerage

Complete Peerage

Knights of England (Shaw)


Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Debretts


Australian Biographies




American National Biography

Australian Biographies

Debretts

Debretts

Debretts




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Debretts

Debretts

Debretts


Debretts

Debretts

Debretts

Debretts

Australian Biographies


Debretts

American National Biography

Debretts

Debretts

Debretts


Debretts

New Zealand Biography


Debretts




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American National Biography

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage
Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage


Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage


Burke's Peerage and Baronetage

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage




House of Lords Official Report


Andrew Sinclair




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The Earl of Caithness




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